We need to talk about Netflix’s new hit series, “You.” If you haven’t heard, the show centers around Penn Badgley’s character as he develops an extreme infatuation for Elizabeth Lail’s character to the point where he will stop at nothing to be with her. This isn't love, this is stalking.
Trying to read the tea leaves on as unpredictable a situation as the one involving “House of Cards” following the firing of Kevin Spacey is a risky business. But while some have read a letter sent to Maryland crew members as a hopeful sign for life after Spacey, I think it could mean the opposite.
Nola Darling is back, with Maryland native DeWanda Wise reviving the sexually liberated Brooklynite in Spike Lee’s Netflix series “She’s Gotta Have It,” a 10-episode rendition of 1986 film that debuts in full this Thanksgiving.
The speed with which disgrace can shred a distinguished career these days is dizzying. A few days ago, Kevin Spacey was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Today, his career in TV, film and, perhaps, even theater appears to be over.
Netflix has announced that it’s ending “House of Cards” after its upcoming sixth season. The news came amid sexual misconduct allegations made against Kevin Spacey, actor and star of the political drama.
Spokesman John White said the Howard County Public School System released a letter to parents and the community a couple of weeks ago in response to reports of students discussing the show with their peers and teachers.
Donna Von Den Bosch climbed to the attic of her home so she could watch the footage alone. The images flashed on her computer screen: the police car, the churches, the priests. Her heart raced. "I'm 60," she told herself, again and again. "I'm not 15 anymore."
Secrets within secrets, crimes upon crimes, layers upon layers and journeys within journeys. That's the way documentary filmmaker Ryan White talks about his Netflix docuseries "The Keepers," which revisits the unsolved murder of Sister Catherine Cesnik, a Baltimore nun who went missing in 1969.
Not only does James Gummer perform in an all- percussion show called the Drum Runners, he also will be playing for the jousts and the chess game at this year's Maryland Renaissance Festival, opening Saturday and running through Oct. 19 in Crownsville.
The Maryland Institute College of Art announced Wednesday it will launch a masters program in filmmaking and will run it out of a historic Station North theater that will be home to both MICA and Johns Hopkins University's film programs.